If that's what you want, but you might decide you want two circuits,
no? Adequate power outlets? Not to make too big a job of it, but if
you're already running wire, you might want to be sure you'll be happy
with the finished job. Do a little such work myself- always a good
idea to have inspected by a pro for sake of your homeowners insurance,
be sure to follow local codes.
Yes but your diagram picture is incomplete and is only one of several
possible wiring schemes that you could come across. Depends on whether the
circuit is hot fed at the switch or at the light etc.
On Fri, 23 Dec 2005 16:01:54 GMT, email@example.com (realeyz) wrote:
You hook black to black, white to white, and romex dont have a green
wire, it's bare. Guess what you hook to the bare wire? (This is a
Also, on the light fixture there is a silver screw, a gold colored
screw, and possibly a green screw. What color wires go to which color
screw. (This is your final exam to see if you are qualified to do the
In theory this is all fine, but do you have the ability to do the work
without getting electricuted or burning the house down?
OK sorry guys - here is a better illustration of the particular part
circuit before and after - you can see the 2 additional
fixtures on the right in
the second pic basically nut'd into the
first set of lights:
Yes they are correct for a circuit that is fed hot at the switch if that is
what you have.
Just nut one light to the next in a way that makes sense for your particular
rooom layout. Be sure to match the wire gauge with what you have 12 or 14.
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